Time  one hour 21 minutes

Coordinates 804

Uploaded October 11, 2017

Recorded October 2017

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1,706 f
1,296 f
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1.0
2.1
4.14 mi

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near Adams Lake, British Columbia (Canada)

This trail is approximately 4 km hiking length (track-length inadvertently includes part of the access road). It is a nice contrast to the level trails in the salmon spawning grounds along the Adams River. The trail is forested and follows a fast-flowing mountain stream with a nice waterfall viewpoint. Historical logging activity gives the Flume Trail its name, and the old logging relics are signposted with interpretive descriptions along the trail.

This track was done clockwise and includes a steep climb up a switchback section. Going counter-clockwise would reduce the length of steep climbs.
Parking

Parking

Access road is paved.
Photo

Gate

Photo

Devils club

These bushes have very unpleasant thorns in their stems and under the leaves, and have low curves tems that are easy to trip on, hence the name Devil's Club.
Photo

Switchbacks

This is a relatively long steep to moderate climb if going clockwise. It can be avoided by going counter-clockwise.
Waterfall

Waterfalls

Information

Upper Bridge, start of flume section

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